I'm saying the graph is strange and hard to interpret because it is not giving year-by-year information at all. What it shows in any year is a measure
Harlan, are you trying to say that the graph is flawed because it compares seasons with 10, 12, and 14 games alongside seasons with 16? You may have a
Cobb (slot) is a different receiver than Adams (outside), so it's hard to compare what Cobb is to what Adams may be. It's unlikely that Adams will ever
The two threads within the thread collide: House was out with an illness. It may have been a GI bug and not the flu.
So was I.
Anyone know where Cobb lives? Print this out and slip it under his door.
yes, not the margin of victory.
Huh? No, just a plot of margin of victory totaled for each year and plotted by year. Good enough.
That means the accumulated margin of victory (if you are willing to live with negative margin of victory for losses).
If you went with an
I was thinking of that picturesque phrase, "I evacuated my bowels."
Well, it is supposed to be "cumulative regular-season point differential since 1920"
I read that to be a running total of all game
Packers are great, Vikings are better than the Saints and Falcons over the long haul.
What does the graph have to do with the Purple Queens?
This graph is exactly margin of victory.
Speaking of Gordon, he only held the rushing record for one week. Some illegal alien from Oklahoma ran for 427 yards today.
Without a doubt. I have evacuation routes mapped out from all rooms in my house to the nearest bathroom.
it looks as if Floyd and Khalil are both questionable for the game on Sunday. I expect they'll probably try to trot them both out there but both missed
I'm afraid those graphs have got me very cranky indeed. I'm all for integration, but this is ridiculous. It is NOT useful for looking at eras. Slopes
Loss of bowel control must be one of the worst parts about aging.
He was entering the downside of his career when he went to the Vikings. There is no way in hell I want him back now. Not that I have to worry...he ain't
Maybe. Or he could just have the flu.